Alan Moore talks Lost Girls: “I think it struck me that it was kind of unusual that there are all these relatively rarified areas of human experience that very few of us are actually involved in, such as being private detectives, space explorers, or vampire hunters. There are whole shelves full of books that are devoted to all of those exploits in every major city. However, we all have a sexuality, even if we’re celibate – that’s sexuality. And yet, the only medium – the only genre – that deals with sexuality is this grubby, under-the-counter genre in which there are absolutely no standards. It struck me that even though there have been many artists who’ve dabbled in the erotic and the pornographic in the past, most of them have done so anonymously, even if the work they’ve produced has been absolutely wonderful.” (via MadInkBeard)
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